Why I’m Excited about Illustrated Faith

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Back in the 90’s I was a scrapbooker. I loved the creative outlet; I remember taking scrapbooks on the plane for my 40th birthday trip. It’s so much easier these days with digital scrapbooking that print your books like Mixbook.

I still crave a creative outlet & was excited to get an email about “Illustrated Faith“. It’s a product that combines Bible study with creativity.  It looks perfect for a mom to do with her jr high or sr high daughters. In fact, I’m going to ask my adult daughters if they want to do the devotional together. We might have to discuss it online or conference call since we don’t live in the same cities.


My guess is your daughters still live at home and would enjoy a creative way to read & absorb God’s Word.  Take a look at what Illustrated Faith is:

creative way to study God's Word with friends or daughters - Illustrated Faith ... see more at HowToHomeschoolMyChild.comWith twelve inspiring and thought-provoking devotionals, Shanna enthusiastically leads you on a journey of helping you recognize you were created to create.  She encourages you to Own It, Name It, Nail It, Explore It, Make It, Pray It, Wait It, Find It, Create It, Honor It, Share It, and Work It.   Start now – celebrate the unique gifts God has placed within you and document what He is doing in your life!

It is my hope that you can explore this devotional in a way that allows you to feel free to use your gifts to glorify God in a creative and joyful way!  ~ Shanna Noel

  • 1 devotional booklet
    • 12 devotions:
      • Own It – Exodus 35:31-32; Name It – 1 Corinthians 12;
      • Nail It – 1 John 1:9; Explore It – James 1:5;
      • Make It – Luke 1:37; Pray It – Psalm 145:18;
      • Wait It – Hosea 12:6; Find It – II Timothy 3:16-17;
      • Create It – I Timothy 4:14-15; Honor It – Deuteronomy 6:5;
      • Share It – Mark 16:15; Work It – Proverbs 3:6
  • 1 clear stamp collection
  • 1 stamp pad
  • 1 sheet of cut outs
  • 1 roll of washi tape
  • 1 package of 3 Scripture sharables
  • 1 sticker
  • 1 bow clip

It’s been awhile since I’ve seen a product like this that I’d endorse.  If you’re unsure about getting a kit, watch this blog because I plan to share how our devotionals go.

If you think this is a good fit for you & your daughters (or your friends…or just yourself), you can get FREE shipping when you order your kit this week.

Here’s what one of our Christian sisters has to say about this kit:

This kit is super cute!!! there’s little details that really make it special. The quality and care of everything is amazing and it comes exactly as shown. Can’t wait to dive into the Word and use my creativity to glorify God!! 🙂

I have to agree…I can’t wait to use this kit and get creative as I study God’s Word.

You might be thinking, I can’t afford this kit. Let me assure you that it is a great value. At only $29.99, you’ll have everything you need to start Bible journaling. If you use it with your daughters, you can share the stamps & other reusable supplies. What a deal.

Fun way to study the Bible with girlfriends or daughters. See more at HowToHomeschoolMyChild.comI got so excited about using this kit, I started looking at other Illustrated Faith resources.  Here are a few I’ll be ordering (in addition to my kit). I can’t wait to get these & start using them.

Do you love stickers, die cuts or stamps like me?  If so, these might be something your family might like to use in your Bible study?

Click on any image that you want more info.

Fun Bible Journaling Tools through Illustrated Faith ... read more at HowToHomeschoolMyChild.comWhat a fun way to journal your growth in Jesus Christ? Lots of statements (like workshop, sermon, remember, etc) along with a date of when God teaches you.

I haven’t written in my current Bible…ever. But, I plan to use this to start journaling what God is teaching me.  It will be a great keepsake for my family.

Fun Bible Journaling Tools through Illustrated Faith ... read more at HowToHomeschoolMyChild.comI wish I had these Illustrated Faith Pop Culture Die Cuts when my kids were still at home. Pre-made die cuts are a fantastic way to let your kids know that you love them. Just choose an appropriate one and write a quick message on the back.

Or…put it in your hubby’s backpack or briefcase or suitcase. He’ll be surprised and you’ll be showing him how much you adore him.

BTW, there are 5 more collections besides the one above. Here they are:

  1. Illustrated Faith Go & Tell Die Cuts
  2. Illustrated Faith Encouragement Die Cuts
  3. Illustrated Faith Family Die Cuts
  4. Illustrated Faith Friendship Die Cuts
  5. Illustrated Faith Animal Die Cuts

Fun Bible Journaling Tools through Illustrated Faith ... read more at HowToHomeschoolMyChild.comI haven’t used Illustrated Faith washi tape very much, but when I did … it was soooo much FUN. I’m ordering this extra set of tape so I can use it with my die-cuts. Or, I may use it in my Bible as I journal or leave die-cuts on specific pages.

Creative Bible journaling tools from Illustrated Faith ... see more at HowToHomeschoolMyChild.comOf course, I’ll be getting some new Illustrated Faith stickers. Stickers I can use on note cards, in my Bible or on envelopes to my kids. If my kids were still at home, I’d get a sheet of stickers for each one of them so they can use them to encourage their family or friends. Or, they can decorate their rooms or school books with these appropriate stickers.

There are several more Illustrated Faith sticker sets. Just search on the DaySpring site here.

Having seen all these fun Bible journaling tools, what creative ideas do you have to use them in your own Bible devotionals or with your kids in homeschooling? I’d love to hear your ideas.

I can’t wait to see what the next few Bible journaling tools will be . . .


.Question: What creative ideas do you have in using these Bible jouraling tools … in your own Bible devotionals or with your kids in homeschooling? You can leave a comment by clicking here.

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